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Voyage of the Vikings Issue Date: 08-19-2001

Cool Spots imageSet sail to the Smithsonian Institute's Web site Vikings: The North Atlantic Saga. You can discover this great site at www.mnh.si.edu/vikings. Begin exploring by watching the exciting Flash introduction. Take the guided tour and trace back the Vikings' dramatic journey from their roots in Northern Europe and Greenland to their discovery and settlement of North America. Hop aboard your own ship and take the Viking voyage, making stops at Iceland, Finland and the Land of Legend. You can learn about the history, archaeology and environment of every place that you drop anchor with video and audio multimedia. Finally, enjoy the learning center where you'll find a cool online board game.

Visit: www.mnh.si.edu/vikings
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Explore the West with Lewis & Clark Issue Date: 08-12-2001

Cool Spots imageWestern expansion of the United States in the 19th century included many explorers, perhaps none as famous as Meriwether Lewis and William Clark. Re-experience the discovery of the west at The Lewis & Clark Expedition Web site at www.lewis-clark.org. This cool site includes a quick tour, which offers suggestions for navigating the site. The Discovery Paths are in-depth accounts of the American nation, natural history, geography, technology, and issues and values. Journal excerpts cover a two-year period from 1804 to 1806 and offer a close-up view of Lewis and Clark's reactions to their finds. There's even a map of the entire trail Lewis and Clark followed, from Washington, D.C., to the Pacific Northwest. This dynamic site is a great discovery.

Visit: www.lewis-clark.org
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Peace in the Garden Issue Date: 07-22-2001

Cool Spots imageTake a virtual tour of Anderson Gardens at http://andersongardens.org. Located in Rockford, Ill., these Japanese gardens were inspired by the founder's 1966 trip to Japan. Begin your tour of the gardens at the Wisteria Arbor where you can leave your cares behind. Visit the beautiful waterfalls, granite pagoda and zigzag bridge. Listen to the sounds of the coin water basin and the deer chase. Chat for a bit with the stone raccoons, and have tea at the tea house. Once you've passed the west waterfall and completed your journey, stop by the Anderson Center where you can learn more about Japanese studies and horticulture.

Visit: http://andersongardens.org
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Ancient Civilizations Issue Date: 07-08-2001

Cool Spots imageJourney to the ancient lands of Egypt, Greece, Rome and Africa at http://carlos.emory.edu/ODYSSEY/MidElem_Home.html. Each section of Odyssey Online features info about that culture's daily life, mythology and ceremonial customs. Find out what Romans painted on their apartment walls, what types of food Greeks ate and how Egyptians made mummies. Learn what these ancient cultures offer to the world.

Visit: http://carlos.emory.edu/ODYSSEY/MidElem_Home.html
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No More Finger Foods Issue Date: 07-01-2001

Cool Spots imagePoint some chopsticks at The History of Eating Utensils at http://research.
calacademy.org/research/anthropology/utensil
. The anthropology department at the California Academy of Sciences has one of the largest collections of utensils, with over 1,700 items. Chopsticks, one of the earliest eating utensils, were first used over 5,000 years ago. Discover the many uses of knives and how they've changed from straight, pointed instruments to modern dinner knives. Look at some of the cool designs on Indian and Persian spoons. Last, check out the portable silverware used by nomads, from pocket forks to modern nesting cutlery sets. There are no forks in the road on the way to this site.

Visit: http://research.calacademy.org/research/anthropology/utensil
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